5 upcoming blockbusters movie fans are waiting for
1. Crazy Rich Asians
The Hollywood romantic comedy is special because its entire cast are Asians. Based on Kevin Kwan's epic novel of the same name, it has been praised by the press and critics for its witty, funny description of the life of some elite Asians. Nick (Henry Golding) and Rachel (Constance Wu) are two Chinese-American economics teachers who fall in love with each other. In a trip back to Singapore to attend the wedding of Nick’s friend, Rachel discovers that her boyfriend’s family is one of the richest clans in Asia, owning a villa as large as a castle with all sorts of strange technology.
2. The Nun
It is the fifth installment in The Conjuring series. The work is set in a Romanian monastery in 1952, before the events of The Conjuring and Annabelle. The Nun focuses on the evil character Valak and the story of the her past. The film was directed by Corin Hardy, a 43-year-old who made his name with the thriller The Hallow (2015). As a producer, James Wan is confident that he has an idea for The Nun 2 if the first part is successful.
3. The Nutcracker & The Four Realms
The fairytale live-action film is a highly anticipated project from Disney with an investment of $ 120 million. The film is a combination between the original novel by German writer E.T.A. Hoffmann called “The Nutcracker and the Mouse King” and the musical with the same name in 1892. The Nutcracker & The Four Realms stars Clara (Mackenzie Foy), the young girl found the keys to the mysterious paralleled Universe. Here, Clara encounters ginger biscuit warriors, mice and a tyrant (Hellen Mirren). The film also features British beauty Keira Knightley as candy fairy and Oscar-winning actor Morgan Freeman as Clara's godfather.
4. Robin Hood
Joining the new version of Robin Hood are Taron Egerton, Jamie Foxx, Eve Hewson, Jamie Dornan, Ben Mendelsohn. After the release of the trailer, the film stumbles over public criticism about the costumes of the character. However, there is also an audience that is excited about the image of this modern Robin Hood.
5. Mortal Engines
A new fantasy film produced by Peter Jaskson (who made the success of the Lord of the Rings series and The Hobbit) and adapted from Philip Reeve's novel of the same name. Spending $ 100 million on Mortal Engines, Universal expects it to become the next "golden egg" brand for the company. In the post-doom world, big cities can move and take fuel from small towns. The film is the adventures of Tom Natsworthy (Robert Sheehan) - a man from London after coincidentally meet the mysterious girl Hester Shaw (Hera Hilmar). Together they change the whole world.
By: Jacob Martin